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    Chaotic Neutral

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    I'm still thinking through what the greater struggle is good vs evil or order vs chaos.

    The modern thinking on alignment that order is always good and chaos always evil or order intrinsically good or chaos intrinsically bad seems mistaken to me.

    Nazis, Communists, other totalitarians have their own idea of benefice, capitalists kind of do too even, while socialists, libertarians, anarchists, even pacifists have their own versions of malifice, it could be indirect or by omission, its still malifice.

    Sometimes I think that chaotic good is "temporary" good, like the difference between the chaotic and order/lawful settlements, ie caravans versus castles. Same for chaotic evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I'm still thinking through what the greater struggle is good vs evil or order vs chaos.

    The modern thinking on alignment that order is always good and chaos always evil or order intrinsically good or chaos intrinsically bad seems mistaken to me.

    Nazis, Communists, other totalitarians have their own idea of benefice, capitalists kind of do too even, while socialists, libertarians, anarchists, even pacifists have their own versions of malifice, it could be indirect or by omission, its still malifice.

    Sometimes I think that chaotic good is "temporary" good, like the difference between the chaotic and order/lawful settlements, ie caravans versus castles. Same for chaotic evil.

    Chaos and order are actually much more measurable categories than evil and good. Also no one really considers itself as evil while with order and chaos it isn't so black and white.

    Something to think about.

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    I consider myself Neutral Good.
    A path is made by walking on it.

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    I got neutral on this test. I'm not that familiar with D&D, are there alignments that are considered better than others or more fun to play?

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    Chaotic Evil.

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    Your Character’s Alignment

    Based on your answers to the quiz, your character’s most likely alignment is Neutral.
    The order of preference for your cognitive functions appears to be
    Ne > Ti > Te = Ni > Fi > Fe = Se > Si

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